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Tour Old Fort Lauderdale

Published on Mar 22, 2013

Right in the heart of Downtown, you can tour the history museum in the 1905 New River Inn, Broward’s oldest hotel building, visit our 1899 Replica Schoolhouse, see the 1907 King-Cromartie House, explore the archives at the Hoch Heritage Center […]

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Tour Old Fort Lauderdale

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Right in the heart of Downtown, you can tour the history museum in the 1905 New River Inn, Broward’s oldest hotel building, visit our 1899 Replica Schoolhouse, see the 1907 King-Cromartie House, explore the archives at the Hoch Heritage Center […]

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Public Tours of the Bonnet House

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By the time early settler Hugh Taylor Birch purchased the Bonnet House site in 1895, the grounds had already witnessed 4,000 years of Florida history. A shell midden left by the Tequesta people indicates that human activity on the site […]

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Public Tours of the Bonnet House

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By the time early settler Hugh Taylor Birch purchased the Bonnet House site in 1895, the grounds had already witnessed 4,000 years of Florida history. A shell midden left by the Tequesta people indicates that human activity on the site […]

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Public Tours of the Bonnet House

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By the time early settler Hugh Taylor Birch purchased the Bonnet House site in 1895, the grounds had already witnessed 4,000 years of Florida history. A shell midden left by the Tequesta people indicates that human activity on the site […]

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Public Tours of the Bonnet House

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By the time early settler Hugh Taylor Birch purchased the Bonnet House site in 1895, the grounds had already witnessed 4,000 years of Florida history. A shell midden left by the Tequesta people indicates that human activity on the site […]

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Public Tours of the Bonnet House

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By the time early settler Hugh Taylor Birch purchased the Bonnet House site in 1895, the grounds had already witnessed 4,000 years of Florida history. A shell midden left by the Tequesta people indicates that human activity on the site […]

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Lecture | Arbus and the Extraordinary

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What makes Diane Arbus’s photographs so enthralling? Is it subject matter or creative style, or a combination of both? George Slade, consulting curator of photography at the Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale, offers insights into the distinctive qualities of […]

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